Alternative Healers or Treatments

Non-traditional healing treatments provided by professionals may be eligible if provided to treat a specific medical condition. The treatments must be legal and the expenses do not qualify if the remedy is a food or substitute for food that the person would normally consume in order to meet nutritional requirements. Drugs and medicines recommended by alternative healers to treat a specific medical condition also can qualify as medical care, however as of December 31, 2010 a health care professional must provide evidence of medical necessity for these treatments to be an eligible medical expense. Include evidence of medical necessity by providing a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) that specifically identifies the recommendation and expense is for treatment of a medical condition with the request for reimbursement.

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